High School Students Get Crash Course in Cyber-Kinetic Tactical Operations
Kids Take On Lifelike Hostage Rescue Mission on DoD-Grade Gamified Training Platform
Call for Participation Now Open
Submit abstracts now for presentations, posters, and demonstrations related to the FloCon 2017 theme, “Flow and Beyond.” Deadline is Sept. 5.
SEI Introduces “Cyber Minute” Series
Video Briefs Highlight the Latest in SEI Work, Thought, and Resources
SEI Helps Government Contractors Ramp Up to Meet New NISPOM Mandate
NISPOM Change 2 Insider Threat Rules to Go Into Effect November 30, 2016
SEI Makes Updated CERT C Coding Standard Freely Available
New free, accessible, and easy-to-share edition offers important guidance on how to use C concurrency and specific examples on using the rules to avoid vulnerabilities such as Heartbleed.
10 At-Risk Emerging Technologies
CERT researchers identified 10 at-risk domains that impacted not only cybersecurity, but finance, personal health, and safety as well.
CERT Division at a Glance
We were there for the first internet security incident and we’re still here 25 years later. Only now, we’ve expanded our expertise from incident response to a comprehensive, proactive approach to securing networked systems. The CERT Division is part of the Software Engineering Institute, which is based at Carnegie Mellon University. We are the world’s leading trusted authority dedicated to improving the security and resilience of computer systems and networks and are a national asset in the field of cybersecurity.
VU#305607: Accellion Kiteworks contains multiple vulnerabilities
Original Release date - 08/26/2016
VU#294272: ReadyDesk contains multiple vulnerabilities
Original Release date - 08/16/2016
VU#905344: HTTP CONNECT and 407 Proxy Authentication Required messages are not integrity protected
Original Release date - 08/15/2016
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- Blacklist Ecosystem Analysis: 2016 Update This white paper, which is the latest in a series of regular updates, builds upon the analysis of blacklists presented in our 2013 and 2014 reports. White Paper - 08/15/2016
- CERT BFF: From Start to PoC This presentation describes the CERT Basic Fuzzing Framework (BFF) from start to PoC. Presentation - 06/09/2016
- Applying the Goal-Question-Indicator-Metric (GQIM) Method to Perform Military Situational Analysis This report describes how to use the goal-question-indicator-metric method in tandem with the military METT-TC method (mission, enemy, time, terrain, troops available, and civil-military considerations). Technical Note - 05/23/2016
2016 CERT Secure Coding Symposium
At this free symposium, software development and assurance professionals will discuss challenges in secure coding practice adoption and software assurance.
Conferences - 09/08/2016
The FloCon network security conference provides a forum for large-scale network flow analytics.
Conferences - 01/09/2017